Tickets for Live Events in Ohio
In Ohio, entertainment is king. Most big events take place in Ohio's three C's - Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati - which jostle for the cultural crown. However, smaller cities like Toledo, Akron and Dayton still bristle with bars, restaurants and theaters. Whether it's a rock concert or a football game, Ohio reigns supreme.
Ohio has long been associated with music. Cleveland houses both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame - two of the most popular tourist attractions in the "Buckeye State." The self-proclaimed "Rock 'n' Roll Capital of the World" is also a jazz hub. The Jazz Temple - a former coffee house and nightclub in University Circle - welcomed all the masters of the genre, including Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock. Today, an assortment of jazz bars are located downtown.
Music festivals lure visitors from across Ohio and beyond. Cincinnati's Bunbury Music Festival hosts alt-rock and rap artists, while Jamboree in the Hills brings country music lovers to Morristown, a small village in Belmont County. Other popular festivals include Columbus Jazz and Rib Fest and the Cincinnati Music Festival.
Ohio sports tickets are always in demand. Spectators watch the Cincinnati Reds play baseball at the Great American Ball Park, Cleveland Browns play football at FirstEnergy Stadium and Columbus Blue Jackets play hockey at Nationwide Arena.
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